When Corona began to spread its legs in the world, the first symptoms were breathing difficulties, due to which COVID-19 (COVID-19) was called a respiratory disease, but today the situation has changed. Doctors have started calling it multi organ disease. That is because the effects of Kovid-19 infection in the body have now changed.
Dr. Rajendra Kumar Dhamija of Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, was initially considered as a respiratory disease, but now it is called multi-organ disease. That is, earlier its effect was being seen only on the lungs, but now this virus is also attacking liver, heart, kidney, etc. People who have some kind of disease are more at risk for them. Also read: Corona Vaccine Update: Corona epidemic drug will be ready in UK by the end of this year – report
Situation worrisome in four states
On this, Dr. Dhamija says that for the first time in the last 45 days, our country has come down by 8 lakhs. This is a very good sign. If we look at the national level, the situation is improving, but if we talk about the states, then the situation is not out of danger in four states – Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and West Bengal. The number of cases is quite worrying. People need to be very vigilant.
He said that the positivity rate is 16 percent in Kerala in the last seven days and 13.8 percent in Maharashtra, 11.3 percent in Rajasthan and 8.6 percent in West Bengal. Unless it falls below 5, the situation will be considered serious. In Kerala more than one lakh tests are being done, yet the positivity rate has increased, which is worrying. Similarly, in other states also, the positivity rate will be reduced only when people take precautions.
Be careful on festivals
Going down the graph of the Corona case does not mean that everything is fine in the country. The situation is still serious in our country. A slight omission by people can again move the graph up. Now look at Europe, the graph is going up again. France is entering lockdown again. To avoid such a situation, we have to be more careful during the coming winter season and festivals.
First thing, neither go to anyone’s house nor call anyone home during festivals. If someone comes from outside, first check that they do not have any symptoms. If there are symptoms, explain them and send them back. Secondly, do not go to crowded areas for shopping on festivals.